Cartivelios (Latinized in Cartivellaunus) is a Celtic Brittonian king who reigned over the Coritani people, in the East Midlands of present-day England.

According to monetary inscriptions, Cartivelios seems to have been a “client” or subordinate of Volisios The Coritani were a powerful people of localized Brythonic culture, according to Wenceslas Kruta, in Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and partially Humberside. Their neighbors were the Brigantes in the north, the Icenians and the Catuvellauni in the south. The Coritani very quickly hit and adopted the coinage, since the period of issue goes from 70 to 45

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